There will have been at least one West Ham supporter who left Wembley on Wednesday night not completely overjoyed.
The Hammers produced a stunning comeback to beat Tottenham 3-2 to reach the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup.
But in the post-match celebrations one of the 5,000 travelling fans took a tumble as he tried to catch captain Mark Noble’s shirt.
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Mark Noble approached the West Ham supporters after the game at Wembley
Noble then threw his shirt in the direction of the travelling West Ham supporters
One supporter went to catch the shirt but slipped and fell into a steel barrier
Noble stays long enough to see as the supporter falls and clatters into the barrier
Noble blows a kiss to the travelling 5,000 West Ham supporters after the win over Tottenham
Noble had gone over to applaud the support the fans had given him and his team-mates during the game when he threw his shirt into the crowd.
The fan goes to catch the shirt as it flies into into the first row of seats only for him to lose his footing and go crashing into the steel barriers.
Hopefully when he returns home he’ll be able to watch back his side’s win over their London rivals.
Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli doubled his side’s lead advantage in the first half
Andre Ayew scored West Ham’s first two goals as they came from 2-0 behind at Wembley
He’ll also be a little happier watching it back now than he was when he saw Slaven Bilic’s men go two goals behind when Moussa Sissoko and Dele Alli both struck inside 37 minutes.
West Ham, however, appeared a different proposition in the second half.
Andre Ayew scored twice in five minutes to level the last-16 tie at 2-2 before Angelo Ogbonna scored the winner with 20 minutes left to play.
Angelo Ogbonna scored the winner as West Ham came from behind to beat Tottenham 3-2